For your information:
important new updates were added 06/08/21 
Wales is now in level zero but masks & track & trace remain mandatory.
 
 
Doldowlod Caravan Park is Certified as Covid-19 Compliant. We receive daily Welsh Government updates and we are following all the relevant regulations, including publishing information to inform caravan owners of the latest requirements.
 
Following an updated level 0 risk assessment:
our reception cabin will remain closed;
the management will only enter inside your holiday home in an emergency,
and our waste disposal policies remain in force.
 
Track & trace remains a legal requirement. Businesses who do not follow Welsh Government Regulations can be issued with an enforcement notice or a closure notice.  We know that you will want to help us to keep everyone safe.
 

Alert Level zero does not mean that all restrictions have been removed:

At alert level zero, all restrictions on meeting with others are removed and all businesses are able to open (subject to their own risk assessment). Important protections will continue to be in place:

Following an updated level 0 risk assessment on 6/8/21:

our reception cabin will remain closed; our enhanced cleaning & airing policies remain; the management will only enter inside your holiday home in an emergency, and our socially distanced waste disposal policies remain in force.We know that you will want to help us to keep everyone safe.

Covid-19 Regulations & Guidance in Wales

1) Everyone must continue to isolate for 10 days if they have Covid-19 symptoms or if they have a positive test result.

2) Face coverings will continue to be required in most indoor public places in Wales, including on public transport, in shops and in healthcare settings. There will be exemptions for people who cannot wear them, as there are currently.

3) All those responsible for premises open to the public and workplaces must carry out a Covid risk assessment and continue to take reasonable measures to minimise the risk of exposure to coronavirus.

4) There will be no legal limits on the number of people who can meet, including in private homes, public places or at events.

5) Businesses which were required to be closed will be able to re-open. This includes nightclubs.

6) Premises which are open to the public and workplaces will have more flexibility about which reasonable measures they take to minimise the risk of coronavirus. But these should be tailored to their risk assessment and their specific circumstances.

7) Face coverings will not be a legal requirement in hospitality settings where food and drink is served, but will continue to be required in most indoor public places.

8) Also on 7 August (from 00.01), adults who are fully vaccinated and children and young people under 18, will no longer need to isolate if they are identified as close contacts of someone who has coronavirus.

First Minister Mark Drakeford said:

 "Moving to alert level zero is another significant step forward for us all. For the first time since the pandemic started, all businesses will be able to open and all legal limits on meeting people in indoor private spaces will be removed.

Alert level zero does not mean the end of restrictions and a free-for-all. But it does mean we can all enjoy more freedoms with the confidence there are still important protections in place to make sure our public health is being safeguarded while we are out and about.

Unfortunately, the pandemic is not over yet and we all need to work together to do everything we can to keep this virus under control – at alert level zero, everything we do will have an impact on this virus.

Even if you have been fully vaccinated, meeting outside is safer than inside; let fresh air into indoor spaces, get tested even for mild symptoms, and self-isolate when you are required to do so.

Continue to keep our distance when we are out and work from home whenever we can. Wear a face mask, especially in crowded places, on public transport, in shops and in health and social care settings.

“Taking responsibility and working together means we can all do the things we’ve missed the most. We’ve all got a reason to keep Wales safe."

NB. masks will remain obligatory in all indoor settings other than hospitality even at level 0. The Welsh Government have not ruled out tightening restrictions to protect public health should conditions require it.

  

NB. masks will remain obligatory in all indoor settings other than hospitality even at level 0.  The Welsh Government have not ruled out tightening restrictions to protect public health should conditions require it.